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Cirque du Soleil's PARAMOUR Will Let New Block of Tickets Fly Tomorrow

Cirque du Soleil Theatrical has announced a new block of tickets will go on sale to the general public tomorrow at 10 AM (Eastern Time) for Cirque du Soleil Paramour, the organization's first show created specifically for Broadway.

Tickets for Paramour's open-ended run at Broadway's Lyric Theatre (213 West 42nd Street) are now on sale through Sunday, July 31, 2017.

In Cirque du Soleil Paramour, the search for love, happiness, and fame jumps off the silver screen and unfolds on the Broadway stage. Travel back to the Golden Age of Hollywood where the stars shine brighter, the glitz is glitzier, and zoot suits are somehow fashionable. A director searching for his next big hit, finds it in a small-town actress, and before you know it, a star is airborne! So, hold your breath, because the rise to fame isn't just a stunt. The first and only Cirque du Soleil musical spectacle: Paramour.

The cast, boasting over 40 members, features Broadway actors, dancers, and renowned aerialists, acrobats, and circus arts performers representing at least 15 different circus arts disciplines, many of which have never appeared on Broadway: aerial strap artists, banquine, Chinese pole, contortion, cyr wheel, hand to hand, hand to trapeze, juggling, lyra, Russian bar, Spanish web, teeterboard, tumbling, trampoline, and trapeze.

The cast and creative team are from 13 different countries (Argentina, Australia, Belgium, Belarus, Canada, China, Cuba, France, Poland, Russia, Sweden, United Kingdom, and United States) spanning five continents.

Paramour features Jeremy Kushnier as A.J., the director; Ruby Lewis as Indigo, the starlet; and Ryan Vona as Joey, the composer.

Paramour began performances Saturday, April 16 at Broadway's Lyric Theatre, and opened Wednesday, May 25. The show continues to dazzle audiences nightly. The show has also had remarkable response from Cirque du Soleil and Broadway fans alike.

Under the artistic guidance of Jean-François Bouchard (creative guide and creative director), Paramour is directed by French stage director and choreographer Philippe Decouflé. Along with Decouflé, the creative team includes West Hyler (associate creative director and scene director),Shana Carroll (associate creative director and acrobatic designer & choreographer), Pascale Henrot (associate creative director), Bob & Bill (composers), Andreas Carlsson (lyricist and co-composer), Jean Rabasse (set designer), Philippe Guillotel (costume designer), Daphné Mauger (choreographer), Verity Studios (flying machine design & choreography), Patrice Besombes (lighting designer), Olivier Simola & Christophe Waksmann (projection designers), John Shivers (sound designer), Boris Verkhovsky (acrobatic performance designer), Pierre Masse (rigging and acrobatic equipment designer), Nathalie Gagné (makeup designer), Anne?Séguin Poirier (props designer), Josh Marquette (hair design), Cirque du Soleil (casting - Montreal), Telsey + Co (casting - New York), Seth Stachowski (music director and band leader), and Jayna Neagle (executive producer).

In addition, to Paramour on Broadway, Cirque du Soleil: KURIOS is currently playing an acclaimed engagement through November 27 at Randall's Island Park.

From a group of 20 street performers at its beginnings in 1984, Cirque du Soleil is now a major Quebec-based organization providing high-quality artistic entertainment. The company has close to 4,000 employees, including 1,300 performing artists from close to 50 different countries. Cirque du Soleil has brought wonder and delight to more than 160 million spectators in 400 cities in sixty countries on six continents. For more information, visit www.cirquedusoleil.com.

Photo Credit: Richard Termine




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